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Mammatus From Frontal Clearance

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Martin Mc Kenna
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« on: October 08, 2008, 05:27:28 pm »

Brian, Paul, that's very useful information. I will have to re-read these posts several times to let it all sink in and do a bit of research on those tech points. It's amazing to think that some people out there, who know nothing about photography, think it's just a matter of pointing the camera and pressing a button lol....the learning curve is phenomenal and I'm at the bottom of it  Smiley. I've learned something new from this so thanks guys.

I was using manual focus for those.

I will just have to put up with it until I get myself a DSLR. Anybody got any spare cash?  Smiley

Brian, that's amazing about how the weather can vary from location to location. It was clear here all last night from just after sunset until now as I write this. Looks like big frontal systems will be sweeping over us for the next few days so tonight will be my last observing session.
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